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==Description==
 
==Description==
The ruins are connected to the Grassland of the North by a bridge called Bridge of the Betrayer. Within the ruins is the Black Keep. In the main chamber is the Kinscourge.
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The Ruins of Xullan are what remains of a disputed outpost in the [[Snow]] biome. It is connected to the [[Highlands]] by a bridge known as the [[Bridge of the Betrayer]]. The skeletized remnants of the [[Silent Legion]] still patrol the frost-covered ruins, making this a rather dangerous place. An [[Obelisk]] is located here.
   
 
==Notes==
 
==Notes==
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This outpost was fought over for years during the war between the [[Giant-kings]] and the [[Lemurians]]. [[Tyros the Deathbringer]] was deployed here, with his loyal legion, to defend it from further attacks. However, he turned his back on the [[Giant-kings]] and began fighting for the humans. After the [[The King Beneath|The Priestking's]] death, the cursed [[Tyros the Deathbringer|Tyros]] remained here, with the [[Silent Legion]], and slowly began to rot.
   
 
==Media==
 
==Media==

Revision as of 16:53, 13 September 2019


Ruins of Xullan
Biome Snow
Coordinates -61,-127
Type Ruins
Map Icon T Map Icon ruins.png
Mini T Map Icon ruins.png

Description

The Ruins of Xullan are what remains of a disputed outpost in the Snow biome. It is connected to the Highlands by a bridge known as the Bridge of the Betrayer. The skeletized remnants of the Silent Legion still patrol the frost-covered ruins, making this a rather dangerous place. An Obelisk is located here.

Notes

This outpost was fought over for years during the war between the Giant-kings and the Lemurians. Tyros the Deathbringer was deployed here, with his loyal legion, to defend it from further attacks. However, he turned his back on the Giant-kings and began fighting for the humans. After the The Priestking's death, the cursed Tyros remained here, with the Silent Legion, and slowly began to rot.

Media